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RSNA: 20-Year Survival Shows Lung Cancer Screening Effective

Furthermore, consistency of lung cancer may be an important predictor of survival

Three-Year Interval Feasible for Stool-Based CRC Screening in Low-Risk People

At three years, test identified more advanced precancerous lesions than expected

Personalized Counseling May Overcome Non-Follow-Up After Positive FIT Test

Lack of knowledge, decision-making difficulties among factors identified with non-follow-up

Quality Improvement Collaborative Improving Cancer Screening Postpandemic

National Return-to-Screening collaborative linked to improvements in cancer screening compared with prepandemic, pandemic periods

USPSTF Recommends Screening for Latent TB Infection

Task force recommends screening asymptomatic adults at increased risk for latent TB infection

New Tool Can Predict Individual’s Dementia Risk

Risk score model yielded nearly 100 percent prediction accuracy of 13-year dementia risk

Cancer Screening and Detection Remain Below Prepandemic Levels

Lower screening rates for cervical, breast, and colorectal cancers suggest 'pattern of forgone care,' according to researchers

Atrial Fibrillation Screening Program Cost-Effective in Elderly

Program was cost-effective in 99.2 percent of simulations, cost-saving in 92.7 percent of simulations

USPSTF: Evidence Inadequate for Recommending OSA Screening

Evidence is insufficient for assessing balance of benefits and harms of OSA screening in general population

Personalized Screening for Kidney Disease Evaluated in T1DM

Compared with annual screening for urinary albumin, personalized screening can reduce time spent with undetected albuminuria, testing frequency